Millions of Australian consumers will pay more for their mobile phone plans after recent price increases by all three big telco companies, according to new analysis by the competition regulator, the ACCC.
Mobile phone services provider Amayism has paid a penalty of $126,000 and fellow mobile company, Lycamobile, a penalty of $12,600 for alleged false or misleading representations about their mobile phone plans.
Optus has released a range of “build your own” mobile phone plans giving customers the ability to “mix and match a range of features” of their plan by choosing a monthly data amount, international calls and roaming data.
Rival telcos Telstra and Optus have both launched their mobile plan offerings for the new Google Pixel 4 smartphones, each with a raft of offers to tempt consumers buying the new phones.
Vodafone New Zealand has been fined for the fourth time in five years for making false price misrepresentations to customers in breach of the country’s Fair Trading Act.
Optus is again ramping up services to the small business sector, with the release on Tuesday of new plans offering up to 20% discounts on fees to customers who connect to two or more selected business post-paid plans.
Certain Optus mobile plans now offer an all-you-can-eat option video streaming option in addition to the existing unmetered music streaming feature.
A free 2016/17 season pass to English Premier League (EPL) football is available as a sweetener on Optus postpaid mobile plans as low as $30 a month.
Supermarket giant Coles is offering prepaid mobile plans in conjunction with Optus.
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Multi-national mobile network operator Truphone will soon make its plan inclusions available in a total of 66 countries around the world.
Software developed by a Sydney-based company promises to make it easier for mobile subscribers to choose the most appropriate plans.
Mobile carriers have made a big deal about offering unmetered access to social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, but that seems to be going the way of the 'unlimited' downloads offered by Optus when it launched its Optus@Home cable internet service.
Research conducted by Macquarie University in association with amaysim shows that the common causes of bill shock aren't what you probably expect. And many users suffer bill shock despite not using all the 'included value' their plans promise.
Internode has added NodeMobile mobile phone plans to its product roster, offering a generous amount of social media specific data.
Optus is appealing the record fine of $5.26 million imposed by the Federal Court in July for misleading customers through 'headline' advertising. Whatever the outcome of the appeal, the original decision and fine serve as a timely warning of the risks of headline advertising.
New comparison website cuts through the hype allowing consumers to find the best deals in the market; and avoid hefty costs when signing a mobile phone plan.
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